Fellows List

The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) is an independent, interdisciplinary body of elected Fellows. Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences (FASSA) is an honour conferred for scholarly distinction in research or the advancement of social sciences.

The Academy has also made provision for the nomination of Honorary Fellows to the Academy aimed at honoring individuals who are recognized for their exemplary achievements but not necessarily in academia.

There are 591 elected Fellows (including 20 overseas Fellows and 17 Honorary Fellows) of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia

Displaying all Fellows match the following:

Surname c

Discipline

Specialisation

Panel

State

Year Elected

Demography

demography, population, health, fertility transition, historical demography

Panel A

ACT

1972

Psychology

organisational behaviour; corporate change; stress; leadership communication

Panel D

QLD

2004

Economics

Development economics, health economics, labour economics, experimental economics, gender

Panel B

VIC

2014

Political Science

International relations, political economy, security studies, conflict analysis, Asia-Pacific, global governance.

Panel C

VIC

2002

Law

philosophy, law, ethics, justice, business, rights

Panel C

ACT

1994

Law

Law of Obligations, Administrative Law, Legal theory, Concepts of Responsibility, Tort Law

Panel C

NSW

2007

History

Latin American and Caribbean History, History of Marxism, Socialism and Communism in the Americas, History of Tourism and Leisure in the Americas

Panel C

VIC

2009

Sociology

work, employment, welfare states, gender, citizenship, housing policy, urban and regional studies, comparative social policy, family policy, wellbeing of children

Panel A

NSW

1989

Sociology

migration, refugee studies, social transformation, globalisation, citizenship, human rights

Panel A

NSW

1997

Philosophy

Philosophy, Cognitive Science

Panel C

Overseas

2011

Sociology

Technology and Justice, Occupation and Profession, Criminal Justice Policy, Policing and Security, Creativity and Innovation

Panel A

NSW

2002

Economics

labour, policy, HECS, unemployment, poverty

Panel B

ACT

1993

Social Medicine

Tobacco Control Policy, Mass Communication, Public Health Advocacy, Public Health Ethics

Panel D

NSW

2008

Political Science

Gender and politics; women’s rights; public policy; international criminal court

Panel C

NSW

2016

Accounting

Organizational and behavioural management accounting

Panel B

VIC

2015

Economics

economics, policy, agriculture, environment, resources

Panel B

VIC

1997

Social Medicine

Mental health, depression, ageing, public health, internet.

Panel D

NSW

2004

Accounting

Management accounting; professionalisation of accounting

Panel B

NSW

2008

Geography

pension funds, finance, social security, economic geography

Panel A

Overseas

1993

Management

power, collaboration, paradigms, Japanese management, projects

Panel A

NSW

1988

Philosophy

philosophy, applied ethics, war, political violence, testimony

Panel C

VIC

2000

Psychology

dyslexia, delusion, cognition, reading, neuropsychology

Panel D

NSW

1988

Political Science

History, intellectual, social, political philosophy

Panel C

NSW

2001

Sociology

sociology, neoliberalism, intellectuals, gender, education, theory

Panel A

NSW

1996

Geography

Human geography (culture, migration, development), anthropology.

Panel A

NSW

2001

Political Science

Governance studies, network governance, reform of public services, local economic development.

Panel C

VIC

2005

Management

human resource management

Panel A

Overseas

2016

Economics

international economics

Panel B

VIC

1977

Anthropology

Anthropology, History, Literature, Aboriginal Australia, race relations, Indigenous governance, cultural revivalism

Panel A

NSW

2013

Sociology

Gender, work and family, parenthood, time use; comparative social policy

Panel A

NSW

2015

Linguistics

Linguistics, Language acquisition, Sentence processing, Neurolinguistics

Panel A

NSW

2006

Education

curriculum in general education, public policy for education, history of educational theory, ethics, social philosophy

Panel D

NSW

1979

Philosophy

Moral philosophy, applied ethics, political philosophy, philosophy of action, philosophy of value

Panel C

SA

2014

Sociology

Criminology, penology, Indigenous legal issues

Panel A

NSW

2014

History

Australia, history, Indigenous, gender, nation, historiography

Panel C

WA

1997

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